| Dec 28, 2008
| 3:35 PM
| Jan 16, 2009
Think of "Hotel for Dogs" as a sort of "Mission: Impossible" with canines . . . without Tom Cruise, or the international intrigue, or those scary, slice-you-up-into-little-bits bad guys. What it is packed with is lots of sneaking around, very cool...
| Aug 6, 2008
PINK is the new black, 50 is the new 40 and, when it comes to summer movies, Wednesday has become the new Friday.
Between now and Labor Day, the major studios and several independent distributors will release more than half a dozen new films on a...
| Apr 26, 2008
Jeff Sotzing remembers a Christmas party more than 30 years ago when he and his Uncle Johnny had a fateful chat.
"I had actually run into Johnny at a Christmas get-together and told him I was going to school studying videotape editing in Pasadena,"...
| May 2, 2008
WHEN IT comes to human rights, George Clooney is one of Hollywood's most active major stars. But what can any celebrity activist be without a consigliere? The man Clooney relies on for advice on the issues he cares most about is David Pressman, an...
| Jun 12, 2008
THERE'S A rich irony in the fact that James Caan is being feted this month with the CineVegas Film Festival's inaugural Vegas Icon Award: Caan hates almost all the acting he's ever done that has anything to do with the city.
The four years he spent as...
| Jan 28, 2008
| 7:28 PM
The Oscar-winning "Crash" is coming to TV as a drama series this year.
The 13-episode, one-hour series will air on cable's Starz as its first original drama series, the network announced Monday.
Key members of the feature's production team will be...
| Mar 13, 2008
George Clooney's humanitarian organization has donated $500,000 to a U.N. food aid agency to supply flights in Sudan's Darfur region, the agency said Thursday.
The Rome-based World Food Program said the donation came from Not On Our Watch. The group...